Mardi Gras, a.k.a. Fat Tuesday, is a Carnival celebration of food; a revelry before the first day of Lent; a final hurrah before forty days of fasting and abstinence—and boy, is it a wild festival in New Orleans. All in all, the festivities last two weeks, but culminate in bacchanalian parties and colorful parades during the five days surrounding Mardi Gras.

The Beginner's Guide to Mardi Gras in New Orleans

Mardi Gras, a. Fat Tuesday, is a Carnival celebration of food; a revelry before the first day of Lent; a final hurrah before forty days of fasting and abstinence—and boy, is it a wild festival in

How to Enjoy a New Orleans Mardi Gras Without Breaking the Bank.. do's and don'ts for your Mardi Gras trip

How to Enjoy a New Orleans Mardi Gras Without Breaking the Bank

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New Orleans has a mild winter climate during Mardi Gras. On some days I’ve gone out in fleece lined leggings, a chunky sweater and a jacket while other days I’ve been caught in a crop top and shorts. Some days the sun is shining and the next it’s pouring down rain. The moral of the story is that to pack...         Read More

Packing for Mardi Gras - What to Wear

New Orleans has a mild winter climate during Mardi Gras. On some days I’ve gone out in fleece lined leggings, a chunky sweater and a jacket while other days I’ve been caught in a crop top and shorts. Some days the sun is shining and the next it’s pouring down rain. The moral of the story is that to pack... Read More

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